Sunday, July 28, 2013

Christmas in July!


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Everyone seems to be getting on the bandwagon and doing “Christmas in July” specials, so I decided to join them. Today’s special is a FREE e-book – “400 Christmas Cookies”, a 458-page collection of recipes. Downloading today will give you plenty of time to decide on those special treats you’ll be making for family and friends this year.

How many cookies do you bake at Christmas-time? Until last year, my daughter and I would get together each December and bake 20 to 30 dozen cookies, besides what we baked individually. Now, though, that amount has been cut down drastically due to dietary restrictions. Some folks here can’t eat sugar, some just want to not eat as much!

And if there are yummy cookies sitting around, I’d be the first to dig in. After all, what’s better than a flavorful cookie and a cup of coffee or tea?

There are 2 ways to get your FREE e-book:

1) Send an email to fromgrammieskitchen@gmail.com, and it will be sent to you as an email attachment.

2) Go to www.thecottagepantry.com and download it immediately.

If you have any trouble accessing your FREE e-book, please contact me.

I hope you enjoy your recipe collection. And please let your friends know where they can get it, too!
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I made this pie for Saturday night’s dessert. It was a tasty treat!

PEANUT BUTTER BANANA PUDDING PIE
 
1 8” graham cracker pie crust (low fat if you prefer)
1 (1 oz.) package sugar-free vanilla instant pudding
1 3/4 cups milk
1/2 cup chunky peanut butter
1 banana, sliced

Prepare the pudding as directed on the package, adding the peanut butter. Whisk well for 2 full minutes. Pour half the pudding into the crust, top with sliced banana, and cover with remaining pudding.

Chill several hours. Serve topped with whipped topping.
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Your comments and suggestions are always welcome. Thanks for reading!

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